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    City: Franklin
    608 Main Street Franklin, LA 70538
    Our downtown shop is housed in a 171 year old building on Main Street in Franklin. We are a mix of the old and the new, a place to shop, create and escape. We are so excited to be a part of...
    City: Franklin
    3296 E. Oaklawn Dr. Franklin, LA 70538
    Circa-1837 Greek revival . Gardens, huge oaks, American and European antiques, original Audubons and hand-carved game birds. Owned by Governor and Mrs. Foster.